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In Vitro Pharmacokinetics of Vancomycin Release from Locally Implantable Materials

Lee EW, Kang KS, Kang SY, Lee SR, Lee JW

Local deposition of antibiotics has become increasing popular in the management of open fractures or osteomyelitis, and several substances have been employed as the vehicle for delivery. Although the elution...
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Hydrogen Peroxide Production in Neutrophils after Tourniquet Release

Park IH, Lee KB, Song KW, Lee JY, Chun JW

The use of lower extremity tourniquets for procedures of the lower leg is considered routine in orthopedic surgery, but, lower extremity tourniquets do harm occasionally. While the tourniquet is inflated,...
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A Study of 3 Cases of Synovial Sarcoma by Immunohistochemical Stain and Electron Microscopy

Ha SH, Lee SH, Shin DM, Lee MS, Jeon HJ

Synovial sarcoma is a distinct and generally recognized soft tissue tumor that it’s origin still raises controversy. The synovial origin of synovial sarcoma has not been determined despite the accepted...
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Solitary Bone Cyst Patella

Kim BH, Yim JI, Choi WS

The common sites of solitary bone cyst(SBC) are humerus, femur and less common sites are tibia, calcaneus, ilium, fibula, radius and ulna. Ischium rib, scapula, spine, clavicle and patella are...
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Morphologic change of PCL of MRI in the tear of ACL

Choi NH, Kim MK, Yoon YJ, Yoo JD, Lee HM

MRI has proved to be very reliable in evaluating the menisci and cruciate ligaments. On MRI, several diagnostic criteria of ruptured ACL were reported. Boeree and Ackyroyd reported that when...
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Intraarticular Arthroscopic Finding in Grade III MCL Rupture

Lee SB, Kang CN, Roh KJ, Kang OY, Chun S

The medial collateral ligament is the most commonly injured ligamentous structure of the knee. The management of the medial collateral ligament injuries were divided into surgical and conservative treatment. More...
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Measurement of Posterior Laxity of Normal Knee in Korean Adults by means of KT-2000 Knee Ligament Arthrometer

Kim SK, Kwun KW, Lee SW, Choi CH, Kim YJ

We measured normal range and mean value of the posterior laxity of normal knee which might be reference for objective and accurate diagnosis, decision of operative indication and position of...
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Popliteal pterygium syndrome: A Case Report

Rhee KJ, Lee JK, Park CH, Woo YG, Lee SY

Popliteal pterygium syndrome is rare, with 60 cases described in the literature. The syndrome includes a popliteal web extending from the ischium to the heel and other abnormalities including toenail...
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Ilizarov Correction for Knee Flexion Contracture

Rhee YG, Chang KS, Han CS, Yoo MC

Authors performed Ilizarov treatment for 9 cases of severse knee flexion contracture. The causes of knee flexion contracture were 2 cases of rheumatoid arthritis, 2 cases of malunion of tibia...
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Femoral Bone Resorption after Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty

Kim SK, Choi DK

Bone resorption around femoral stem as an effect of stress shielding and a subsequent adaptive remodeling process is a disturbing phenomenon. The purpose of this study is to analysis the...
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The Femoral Cortical Osteolysis in Association with Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty

Suh KT, Kim SH, Yoo CI

Nine hips in eight patients had development of femoral endosteal cortical erosion after a cementless total hip arthroplasty. Serial anteroposterior and lateral radiographs of all of the affected femora were...
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Hydroxyapatite-Coated Primary Total Hip Arthroplasty: Minimum two year clinical and roentgenographic analysis

Han CD, Youn KH

Plasma sprayed coating of the hydroxyapatite(HA) are biocompatible and may contribute to the early fixation of total joint prosthesis. We studied 64 hips(58 patients) who had hydroxyapatite coated primary total...
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Cementless Total Hip Arthroplasty in Long Term Steroid-Induced Avascular Necrosis of the Hip

Han CD, Kim JY, Han DY

We performed twenty three cementless total hip arthroplasties(THA) on seventeen patients, all of whom were diagnosed with steroid-induced avascular necrosis of the hip (AVN). The average age of the patients...
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Result of Pedicle Screw Fixation in Lumbar Stenosis with: A Comparison of Degenerative Type Lumbar Stenosis with Spondylolisthetic type Lumbar Stenosis

Seong BY, Seong BK, Park SJ, Kim DJ

Concurrent use of instrumentation has been shown to increase fusion rates and satisfactory results for surgical treatment of the lumbar stenosis. The objectives of the present study were to evaluate...
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Posterior Agumentation with Rectangle Luque for the Treatment of Tuberculosis of the Lumbosacral Junction in Adults

Kim KS, Choi YS, Song JA, Kim DY

From September 1987 to June 1994, the authors had performed posterolateral fusion in one patient, anterior spinal fusion alone in four patients, anterior spinal fusion after posterior augmentation with Rectangle...
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Flexorplasty of Elbow in Brachial Plexus Injuries

Chun CH, Kim SS, Kim DC, Wie JS

One of the most basic function in brachial plexus injury is the recovery of elbow flexion. So the important purpose in nerve surgery of brachial plexus injury is the recovery...
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Clinical Value of Supraspinatus Outlet View and Thirty-Degree Caudal Tilt View in Rotator Cuff Disease

Chun JM, Han BH, Kim SM, Kim KY

Supraspinatus outlet view and thirty-degree caudal tilt view have been used for the diagnosis of rotator cuff disease. Because scapula is moving on the thoracic cage, these two views are...
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Nerve Conduction Studies after Surgical Release of Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Moon ES, Rowe SM, Cho ST, Seon KJ

Nerve Conduction studies are used not only in diagnosis of compression neuropathy, but also as a prognostic evaluation after is treatment. Authors analyzed the changes of nerve conduction studies in...
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Detection of the Proliferation of Muscle Fibers During Limb Lengthening by Monoclonal Antibody to Bromodeoxyuridine

Park HW, Yang KH, Kang DM

Soft tissue related complications are quite frequent in limb lengthening. Muscle fibers may proliferate or regenerate after stretching injury over 10-20% of their original length. However, the cells which are...
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Biomechanical Analysis of Tendon Suture Tecniques

Lee KS, Jeon JY, Woo KJ, Bae CH

Successful repair of lacerated tendons must restore continuity of the tendon and should yield a strong tenorrhaphy. Mechanical strength of repair should be adequate to early postoperative motion and mobility,...
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